Gin Long Canteen is a modern Asian fusion restaurant in North Adelaide which is popular among the locals and the tourists in town. The clean and chic restaurant is accented further with geometric designs on the walls. The service is top notch so that your stay at Gin Long Canteen is guaranteed to be enjoyable. Of course, the main pull for the people are their delicious food and refreshing drinks. Try out these dishes at the best South East Asian restaurant in Adelaide!
Nom Nom Barramundi
With a crafty plating, the Nom Nom Barramundi is a highlight dish not only for your eyes but for your taste buds and stomach as well. This barramundi is fried to crispy perfection which sits on the cleaned, carved, and deep fried whole fish. It is also paired with a lime chili sauce. The fish and the sauce marry together very well that this will leave you coming back for more.
Soft Shell Crab
An “Eat Small” offering at Gin Long Canteen, this dish features a lightly battered crab sitting on Southern Thai yellow curry. The Soft Shell Crab is a fresh dish with just enough crunch for you to enjoy.
Really Slow Braised Pork Belly
The Really Slow Braised Pork Belly is a favorite among the regulars and first-timers at the best South East Asian restaurant in Adelaide. With sticky soy and salted Chinese mustard greens, this dish is the perfect combination of sticky, sweet, salty, and really tender pork. Gin Long Canteen also gives a generous serving of the pork belly which makes it great for sharing or even for a takeaway after the meal. For meat lovers out there, this is a dish that you must not miss.
The Pomegranate Chicken is one of the highly recommended dishes at Gin Long Canteen. This chicken dish is marinated with sweet soy and it is served on a sweet tamarind sauce. It is also sprinkled with pomegranate seeds which add crunch to the plate. Pair that bite with the tender chicken and you have yourself a hit dish.
The Phricken Rice
Ever wondered what pho, chicken, and broken rice would taste like? Gin Long Canteen’s Phricken Rice is here to satisfy your curiosity and your tummy. It has chicken breast, cucumber, and black and red sauce. The chicken rice is made to taste and smell like beef pho! If you want to try out this unique and gluten-free take on pho, chicken, and rice, you can find this dish at the lunch menu.
These are only a sneak peak of the mouthwatering dishes at Gin Long Canteen. The restaurant also updates their menu from time to time delight in more Southeast Asian dishes with their very own modern taste. Are your favorite dishes from Gin Long Canteen featured here? Let us know what they are!